Month: December 2014

Pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

between in some parts of Germany we call the time between Xmas and New Year ‘between the years’ – Zwischen den Jahren. i like that expression because it really captures this weird in-between meandering around Winter Solstice and the strange shift from the often quiet, homely and potentially slightly solemn Xmas family days on the sofa to the loud party time of New Year on the streets… in Germany the end of the calendar year […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

tight last saturday i walked past this beautiful woven willow fence in bow; last sunday i was given a little weaving frame by my secret santa; this week all i managed to do in terms of me-time was playing with my little weaving frame and my favourite colour combinations. this week was so packed and space-less – which i kind of knew when i accepted to deliver a 4-day peer mediation course in a lambeth […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

ephemeral last Sunday my friend Danny took me to the Ephemera Society‘s fair. until the moment we got there i didn’t even know how to pronounce the word ‘ephemeral’ leave alone what a thus named society would do with a fair and i was immediately struck by a whole load of impressions – quite ephemerally so because unfortunately i cannot recall but a few by now: a large well-lit window-less room (inside a fairly soulless city […]

pic of the week

deep:black / Weekly photo blog

spirals last week we did a final deep:black ‘personal leadership’ session with a group of homeless young adults living in a hostel somewhere in the suburbs of East London’s. something had shifted over the three sessions and i was really struck by how much vulnerability people were allowing us to see in this last session. i got a glimpse of lives twisted into spirals of mental health issues (depression or psychosis or at times both), […]